The Peer-to-Peer Travel Eco-System: Good Karma, Great Savings

When you are looking to plan a vacation, one of the first things you do is search for the perfect hotel room for you and your family. In order to do this, you visit the numerous travel and hotel websites to try to find the best deal. Once there, you are inclined to choose the cheapest room because it is labeled as a “last-minute hotel deal” or a “hot rate.” The one issue with these rooms is that they are, for the most part, non-refundable. When booking, you either didn’t read the hotel cancellation policies or you didn’t think that you would need to cancel your hotel room.

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For a sudden change in travel plans, use Roomer to sell nonrefundable hotel reservations

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Free Things to Do in New York City

Always wanted to visit New York City, but find all the tourist attractions too expensive? Here are the things you can do or visit in New York City, for FREE!

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Behold New York City’s beautiful skyline.

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How to Sell a Nonrefundable Hotel Reservation

Life happens, and sometimes plans change. But you shouldn’t  let your hotel reservation, let alone your money, go to waste. At Roomer Travel, we’re here to take the stress out of canceling a hotel reservation, and we take this mission very seriously. Follow these easy steps to avoid cancellation fees and sell a nonrefundable hotel reservation!

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8 Hot Tips on Getting to Miami in Winter

The frigid winter weather is always a great excuse to take a vacation to a sunny destination. With an average “winter” temperature of 84°, Miami, Florida is a popular getaway for those who want to get out of the cold. Getting to the picturesque Miami isn’t as pricey as you’d expect–we’ve come up with a few ways to help you find the cheapest flights.

Want to stay in Miami for less? We can help with the hotel.

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How have airports changed? Remember when…

Air travel seems to be one of the most rapidly evolving industries. While many of these changes are much needed improvements, we’re all still a bit nostalgic for the days when air travel was a little more carefree, and a little less time consuming and exhausting.

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